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Tuesday morning, Cot. - 2 - 5, 1.-Y7o.
LOCAL 8:, PERSONAL
Morich iro. 300, •A. T. 8., meets second
31ond.ty Li cuing oi each month, in Monies building.
Lterohlig .‘tene If. IC. A. Chapter, 1‘ .. 0. 201. meets the
Ito: L.,day evening of etch month, in Bran a's building.
Juniuta Lodge, N'o. Ir, 1 0. 0. F., meets every Friday
evening, third floor, in LeiSter's
Aiount lice Callip of I. 0. 0. F., meets every second
and heath Tuoolays in Lc ibter's building, third dear.
Atundiiv 'Row 1.4.,e, No. Si. 1. 0. G. T., meets every
Tue...iny et cuing i u Hord floor of Read's building.
Arropahoe Trate, No. GS. I. 0. of IC. .IL, meets every
Thursday et g, thud Poor, Leish es building.
Young Alen's elindiun Association Intets the fix...t ond
third Mendity evenings each month, in Smith's building.
Nut 33, G. A. It., meets 'alit] Monday of each mouth
In Court Ilutpe.
Town Council meets the first Friday ‘Vening of each
Hurilingrinrs Lodgr, N 0.149, K. i.f I'., meets every Sat
larday evening, io btuldnia.
Huntinguon Ample of Holton No. 71. meets oho fourth
Monday of each mouth In Good Templars' Hall.
The irdostcrian flab moot, et ely Thursday evening, in
the V. M.G. A. roost.
• • ...... .
nuwin u do n (Limed, 0. IT. d. IL, meets first and third
ote.tch mouth in 00011 Templars Ila
Dephst Cburen—Wavnincten Street. Rev. J. W. Plan
nett. :art ices on Sabbath : 1034 a. to ,7p. m.
Cathol,c—Washington Street. Rev. R. J. kytutsea. Set ,
vbs. fuel ;lave Sunda} a in every mash.
Evangelical Lutheran—Mt:lLn Street. Rev. J. J. Kerr.
Services on Sabbath : 10!,4 a. to , 7 p. lab
German Reformed—Church Stieet. Rev. 5: D. Steckle
F.ert ice on Sabbath: 7. p. rn.
Methodist Episcopal—Church Street. Ror. M. K. Foster
Services on Sabbath: 1034 a. nv., 7 p. in.
Protestant I:pl.:copal—Dill street. Rev. A. 11. Ito} le,
Service.: on Sabbath: IV% n. 01., 0341, en.
Vrefrby tech:n-11,11 Sttect. Rev. G. W. Zan:User. :Ser
vices on /1 n. m , 7 p. al.
On Mc IV Ing
Inn-geuins---a hotel clerk
A quack dish—roast duck
A sweet strain—clear honey
A cereous matter.—bees-wax
A dead language—obituaries
A live man—one who utivertises
A fleeting show—a traveling circus.
A bad debt—the owing of a grudge.
Immodest act—stripping to the task.
Deer lodges—five-dollars-a-day hotels
Up go the stove-pipes. Don't curse.
Au Ohio grocer's clerk chows candles
Iron is being discovered in Lebanon county
When a man is corned hie voice is husky
Delirium tremens is epidemic in Memphis
A bug that flourishes all the year round—
Advice to fish-eaters—deal gently with the
A smull thing to koep—tlie right side of
Many men are worth nothing, aid some
aro worth less.
People wlio lisp gill persist in calling a
IlliFB II myth
Builders are a ntorary class; they are al
'ays fiLishing stories.
Dangerous associates those mile are
"dressed to kill."
Not synewsmous—a justice of the peace,
and a piece of justice.
It is mot always he who has the most noec,
echo knows the mossi.
Paris has been 'besieged twelve times, and
tight times eaptured.
Baltimore packs annually forty million
vans of fruits and oysters.
While ladies lace their waists tight, some
gentlemen get tight all over.
Did anybody ever find any difficulty in
finding fault? Levels needn't answer.
It does not folh,w that the want has n dol
lar became it tins four quarters.
Difficult cork fur n domestic—sweeping
the horizon v.ith the naked eye.
Variety is the spice of life. So of a news
}paper. But neither should be oh spice.
A jilted lover in Chicago got into "that
girl's" room and eat up her best dresses.
"Chicago and Cincinnati papers are fight
who has the largest population.
Go slowly to the entertainments of your
friends, but quiekly to their misfortunes.
Laziness is a good detl like money, the
more some men have of it the more they want
A hat store in Albany, New York, ingeni
ously advertises : "We want to sell every
Talk of precious stones, the moat valuable
as well as the most useful biolle iu the world
ie the griud stone
A. man named Tease has married a Mise
Cross. lie Teased her until she agreed not
to be Cross any more.
The Methodists held a State Convention at
Philadelphia last week, at which Bishop
It surprises even the natives to see so ma
y new houses, both brick and frame, that
are going up in our borough.
A promising youth—the lad about seven
years old who bought a book entitled "Lore,
Courtship and Marriage."
The ladies of Waukon, Town, hare organ,
iced a hook and ladder company. A ladies'
lio§o company will be nest in order.
A lady in Syracuse is void to rest her head
nn a grammar while sleeping, in order that
fho may dream correctly.
Our expressman is King enough to allow a
man who is dissatisfied with his bill to ex
press his feelings without charge.
V. Illinois is prolific this year. Apples are
plenty, cider is dirt cheap, and new corn is
gelling at twenty-fire cents per bushel.
A lady in Oshkosh amused herself in the
church on Sunday, by counting the different
styles of doing up hair, and found fifty-one.
Several prisoners confined in the Blair
county jail tried to escape, the other week,
but only succeeded in breaking off several
Our boys are now playing `fshinney." It
Is egame that is well named, as many of the
shins of the boys will testify, but if the boys
,"don't care," why should we
Bill says : "If you are in doubt whether to
kiss a pretty girl, giro her the benefit of the
doubt ." Tho doubt wont save you, however,
it she takes a foolish notion to suo you.
It is said the town of Harper's Ferry has
been dealt with more severely by time, war,
tempest and fire than any town in the Union.
There is now some talk of abandoning it; if
so, we think it is about time.
It is:lovelier than a painter's sketch by far
to behold the 'reed in their variegated garb.
The neighboring, hills and mountains present
now their most beautiful appearance and he
who gazes upon them should let no thought
of the "melancholy" days enter his mind.—
Nature is always sublime, behold her when
The W ny toNVrite au Advert tat ment
By no means the least useful and
interesting portions of a live newspa
per, says the Ledgcr, are found in the
columns edited by the public, that is
to say, the advertising department.—
No matter how well the editorials may
bo written, or how graphically the
news may be presented, none of these
carefullly clabm :tied or judiciously
condensed columns "come home to the
business and bosoms" of some readers
more effectively than new advertise
ments do to others. When the adver
tising columns are occupied by dreary,
prosy, long affairs, repeated day after
and month after month, people tire of
seeing them. They are not features
of busy, but of stagnant life. But
when advertisements, new in every
issue, short, crisp, and to the point,
meet the leader's e o he feels that
the world moves and ho is inspired to
move with it. There is something in
spiriting and cheerful, encouraging
and hopeful in the very• look of well
filled advertising columns. The men
who succeed best in busin.ess and keep
up with the times, are those who not
only read the advertisements dilligent
ly, but who de their share in keeping
them "ever charming, ever new."
Now and Attractive Hooks.
Wo invite the attention of our read
err to the advertisement for agents of
S. B. Taylor, in to-day's isbue. Among
the books referred to, ale "The Emi
nent Women of the Age" which has
reached the sale of over 40,0( 1 0 copies.
It contains biographies of all the pro
minent women of the day. Tho au
thors aro men of letters. Many beau
tiful steel portraits adorn its pages.—
This is the book for agents. "The
New World compared with the Old"
is another work of great merit. From
the pen of George Alfred Townsend it
cannot be common. fis pages are fill
ed with knowledge alike useful to all.
It is a work of comparison,in it our own
institutions and those of Europe are
compared and criticised with a master
hand. It is beautifully illustrated and
contains more matter than any other
book of the same price now offered to
the public:. An admirable work of
travel is "Lost Abroad." Always read
with pleasure, it is universally admir
ed. The author shows us foreign life
and scenery so vividly that we feel af
ter its perusal as if we had journeyed
with him. Agents applying first, will
receive first choice of territory,and can
do no better than to canvass for one
or more of the above mentioned works.
Eta The Phrenological Journal and
Packard's Monthly, offers an inviting
table of contents fur November—Jules
Favrc, the lending statesmen in the
new Republic of Prance; Mrs. Mowatt
Ritchie; It M. Bishop, the eminent
Western Merchant ; Bismarck, the
Prussian Premier; W. 11. Hooper, the
Mormon Delegate to Congress; Dex
ter Smith, the Song Writer; What can
1 do Best, or requisites of the Clergy
man; Physical Education; The Gov
ernors of New York—Win. 11. Sew
ard; What Makes Woman unhappy
Spit ituelism, a candid discussion;
Great Men ; _Railway Progress; lie
publicism vs. Monarchy, etc. Single
numbers 30 cts. Subscription for• a
year $3. Now is the time to sub
scribe, as a new volume begins with
the January number, and
ers offers special inducements to new
subscribers. Address, S. R. Wells, N.Y
Look out for Colds
Now is just the time to take cold,
while the weather is changing from
the extreme warmth of sunnner to the
cooler condition of-fall. Men often
leave their homes in the morning
when the sun is shilling warm and
pleasant, and therefore, do not take
more than a sufficient amount of cloth
ing for present need. Perhaps, before
night, a cold, drizzling rain sets in,
and the system is chilled, inducing
rheumatisms, catarrhs, fevers,ctc.,etc,
and all fur the want of a little more
precaution in the amount of clothing
to protect to body. It is far prefera
ble to suffer a little inconvenience
from a woolen shirt during the warm
part of the day than to surfer from
chills towards evening.
• We were presented, last week,
with several loaves of grated Bread,
by Luke Reilly, who is the agent for
tho sale of the same in this place. We
admired them, tasted them, and ato
them, and found that the bread was
splendid and all that is recommended.
Everybody should try it, and have the
satisfaction of having eaten iErated
Cold weather is fast approach
ing, and the prospects for a good de
mand for Candies, are Promi s ing. No
storekeeper in the county should fail
to have a large supply on hand, and
we would recommend them to pur
chase from Luke Reilly, of this place,
who manufactures as good as can be
had in the city.
BAZAAR or FA9llloN.—Particular attention
paid to Dress and Cloak making and all
kinds of sawing. Also n full lino of Millin
ery goods, and Paper Patterns, constantly
on hand. Coffering, fluting and Pinking
done in all their various branches. Skirts,
sacquos and children's clothing stamped in
all styles, and at loci- prices, at Mrs. L. A.
Hammer's, corner of Mifflin and Bath streets,
A poor fellow woo before one of the police
justices recently, charged with being intoxi
cated. "Well, why did you get drunk ?"
"See bevel" was the reply, uttered iu a hic
cough and accent of a drunken roan ; "what
did you give licence for 7"
Ladies' and Children's Fancy Pars, at John
Pereira's Popular Par Emporium, 718 Atoll
Street, Philadelphia. lie has enlarged, I°-
modeled and much improved his store for tho
convenience of customers. Read his adver
tisement and give him a call.
tm, Farmers needing a Grain-drill,
will du well to call on Wharton & Ma
guire and examine the Willoughby
gum-spring grain drill, either with or
without phosphate attachment, before
Mrs. Matilda, Pheasant is prepared to
weave rag carpets, and solicits patronage
from a generous public. Residence Wash
ington Street, West Huntin , -( 1 ,1 . tf
g•trr^ ...Cider Mitts, Grain Separators, Clover
Hullers and :3tennners, Cultiv.ttors, Washing
Maebincs, etc., etc., at INleLanahan, Stone &
Isett's, Hollidaysburg. feo•Sta
Keystone Cider Mills for sale
by A. R. Stewart k\-.. U , send for cir
(July 26 3tit.
Pint suctrut t, oct,:4. 1 1 / 4 70
Superfine Flour pet b.to el .st bee. 4.75
Extra Flour per l,u tol ' 5 ( WO 60
Rye Flour per bintel email@example.com
Red Wheat per bushel $1.3t , @1.10
lip) per bushel S7gO3c:s.
Ode per bushel taits.s2ets.
PITTSBURG ii, Oct, 24, 1670.
White Wheat Flour, 7.60e,5.00
Wheat per bushel.,m idle $1.30@4135
Corn per bushel 80@blets.
Onto per bethel 4562)130cts .
113 o per bushel go SU@ 0,62
Mule.). Nothing doing
NEW Yono, Oct. 2.1.—ci041 chonnl of t?1,1.2g
PIIILADELPIIIA, Oct. 15, 1870.
The following are the closing prices of Do
Haven & Bro., 40 South Third Street:
U. S. G's of 'Bl, • • 1131 114
" " '62, - -112 i 113
" " '64, • - 111! 111
" " '65, - - 1114 1121
" " '65, new, - 1102 1101
" " '67, " - 1101 110 -
" " '6B, - -110 k 110,7-
" s's, 10-40's, -106 i 100
U. S. 30 Year 6 per cent. Cy. 111 1111
Gold - - 112,7 113 k
Silver, - - - - 1071 109
Union Pacific RR Ist .3.4 Bonds 825 835
Central Pacific .11. P. - 900 910
Union Pacific Land Grant Bonds 720 740
COItItECTED ItY ILENItY S: CO
FLOUR—Superfino Flour, per barrel, $5.00
Extra Flour, do 6 50
Family Flour, do 7.00
Gams—lted Wheat, per bushel, 120 GU
White Wheat, do 1.30®
Core, new, do
Clorerseed, per 61 lbs. 6.00
COAL—Hard coal, per ton, 4.50(4)6.00
Broad Top coal, do 3.00(4)3.50
LUMBER, per 1000 fuer, 12.00W10.00
SHINGLES—Lap, per 1000 ft., 10.00g12.00
Joint Shingles, do 5.00e6.50
MISCELLANEOUS—Bark, per cord, 0.00
Bran, por cwt., 1.00
Hops, per pound 40
Wool, do 40®4 5
Hay, per ton, 12.00
Butter per pound, 35
Lard, .. ~ 20
Eggs, per dozen, 20
13EAUTIEUL.—Ab011t seven o'clock
last evening the sky presented a beau
tiful and singular phenomenon. Above
our town and stretching from the
north-east to the southwest, there ap
peared a bread band of dark crimson
light, which was bordered by a circle
of intenser light of Hue and yellow.—
The band kept moving southward, va
rying in brightness until about half
past nine, when the ordinary auroral
ights wcie seen in the north, when
he Phenomenon dit.appeured. The
requent recurrence of signs in the
heavens is 801 prising astronomers, and
some persons are ready to imagine
that, the scriptuto is about to be ful
filled and the world is coming to an
end. There is that in such phenomena
as was visible last evening as should
fill the heart with awe and admiration
of the works of the Almighty.
Retail Market Pi tees
Butter 30e35, as to quality; eggs
20; lard 25; potatoess7sosBo; (hied
apples Wets per ib; dried peaches 15@
2i3cts, per Ib; beans 10@l8c quart; su
gar cured hams 30 cts; shoulders 20@
22 side 18@20 cts per Ib ; dried beef' 30
@32 cts; flour $0,50@7,00, per barrel.
timer' apples 75@100, as to quality.
Lewis' is the Place to Buy
School Books and Stationery, Bibles, Hymn
Books, Miscellaneous Books of all kinds,
Blank Books, Sunday Solion(' Books, etc.,
Inks of all kinds, Notions, Perfumery, Pock
et Books Pocket Knives, Musical Instru
ments, Wall Paper, Window Shades and
ristures, etc., etc., etc. rnovll.tf.
Ladles Dresses and Days Clothing.
Mrs. B. Annie McCabe respectfully in
forms the public that she has removed to the
house formerly occupied by 11. MeManigill,
on Washington street, and is prepared to
make Ladies' Dresses and Boys' Clothing, of
all kinds. She respectfully invites a full
share of patronage. eV/
Every liminess man should use printed bill
heads, letter heads, and envelopes. They
have to use the roper and envelopes, any
way, and we furnish the material at whole
sale prices, and print them at less than the
material would cost at retail price. Call.
John Westbrook, of Boot and
Shoe lame, is on hand with the latest
fall styles of feet coverings. He has
also a fine assortment of Gents' Silk
Hats. Give him a call, and ascertain
his prices before going elsewhere. 4.
Ns The GLOBE Office is prepared to
execute all kinds of Job Printing for
the Merchant, Manufacturer, Coal Op
erator, and other business men, at less
rates than the same can be had in the
city. Give us a call.
A large ti Leek of the best Stone
ware, of all kinds, now on hand at the
Red Front Grocery, and for dale cheap
er than anywhere else in the county.
Can't be Undersold
Red Front Grocery receives now
supplies almost every day, sells the
most and freshest, and can't be under
01111 in want of good cook and
parlor:itovos should call at A R. Stew
art & Co. [Oct-11.6t.
October 13th, at the residence of the
bride's parents, by Rev. W. C. Kuhn
M. W. .14 MossEn, o f Huntingdon, to
Miss Linn J. BLAIR, of Shade Gap.
notes-, a I:Lcukx.,3 Dov.:l of illU Amuicnu
Uldserslty, use making N. onderfal eines .. 1 ;
4 to of Cancers, 'II:lilt/11U L'llll Ulcers by their
new discoNery. A is.inlese treatment, no 4 -1
la knife, no plasters, no caustic burning. k ,!
o The inmt r remark- (5
r ;.7.1 able effect CANCERS, of this bd
al treatment , is, it sepa-
LD rates the chemical elements of cancerous tni" -
grot%ths, so that they shrivel, die and dis- • •
appear and will not t eturn. All those Of- •
Ilicted can call on the Professors Ilnehanan & Do,n,
• University; or address, No Cl 4 Puce Pt eel,
ITUNTINGDON COUNTY, SS.
The Cenutionwc,tilli et Ponusyl3ania to NEVIN
1:1114 lute of lluntrug.len county. Greeting,:
Whereas, I.mint C. Lehi, by Mr tither, 411 n) UV:a
blond, Fred. wtc Selmeiter. did on the 11th day ofAmil,
A.D. Ib7o, prefer her petition to rho Judges of tiro Court
of Common Picas of tiro mid county 01 Huntingdou prays
lug that form:nen therein nut forth alto might ho divorced
from the hoods of matrimony entered into et ith you the
said Nevin Reid, wu therefore command you,as hoforo
commandod, that setting asido all other business and en
cusos whatooever, you be and appear lu your mortar per
son Leto[ ;our Judges at Iluhtlugdon at our county court
of Common Pleas, there to ho held for the mid county on
rho scrotal Monday of Nov Ih7o, next. to toaster the
petition or libel of the sold Louisa C. Reid, and to show
Cllll9e, if any you have, tt hy the tont Louisa C. Reid, your
wife, nbould not 1.1.3 lit °rood from the bond( of mat
moony cuter od into with you agreeably to tiro Act of Oro
General Aosombly of Otto Commonwealth in such cues
11M1111 and pros idea, and her oof fad not
13 linens the nom Ueo. Taylor, President of our mid
Com t, tho Mit of August, ISi O.
Ilunt.ngtldn, Ott, it, 1870.
By tl,O I , ox, pack, or leea quantity, for rak at
LEW7B' Uuoli AND STATIONER nuu
EASY OF DIGESTION!
INVALUABLE for DYSPETICS!
SWEET AND DIGESTIBLE !
Dr. G. B. Kent, and
Dr. W. E. Hitchcock,
"We aro fully convinced that your
Aerated Bread is of a perfectly healthy
character, and valuable for dyspeptics
Professor Sillman, of
"The experience of the London Hos-
pital shows that this Aerated Bread is
digestible without inconvenience to
stomachs which wholly refuse fermen
ted bread. Whiter, sweeter, lighter,
more digestible bread, and more from
a given quantity of flour, is made by
this process than by fermentation;
while entire cleanliness and the ab
senCe of any deleterious substances are
secured at the same time."
Oct 18, 1870-tr.
R EAL ESTATE
MILES LEWIS & CO
Farms, Town Lots, houses, and all kinds of REAL
ESTATE, bought or sold. Bonds, Mortgages and Benda
accurately prepared. Money loans negotiated on Real
tot N 0.14. West Huntingdon, encont. First wh o le
lot west of Fulton Strout on Southorn Gigot MIIIIIn st.,
Good lot and splendid lecathni. Fria, $750.
Two stoty frame house' large staid°, good well nud
whole of lot No. 221 (luod location. I•tice teasonablu
Large Fromo Dwelling on Woshingtoo street, West
Runtiugdon, west of Yulton j ton rooms; good water,-
Pi leo, 4ssoCm.
Primo Dwelling on Washington street east of Chest
nut. Prim, VIM.
Mt co lots of ground In Wilsontoun.
A good limestone Mute in West township, Eutveti miles
Cam R. R. Station. 2 U acorn
roc any information in icgaid to conditions, /Over
icing, &c., apply, in person, or by letter, to
SIMPSON & ARMITAGE,
Office, opposite the Court House
FOR C"" P JOB P RINTING
CALL AT THE GLOBE" OFFICE,
1 CENT REWARD. •
Ilan away trunk tho aubscriber in Dublin township,
ituntingdon c ty, Pm , ALEXANDDIt Al. MILLS.
bonne boy, about 10 years °row, light complevon, mut
stout built. All po sousate hereby notified not to liar
hoe or [tug hint on my account us I Os 11l pay no bills of
his coati acting. The above rewind will to paid to any
Ilatlolll.ollllning bun to nio.
O. W. JEFYIII:IS.
Shade Oap, Sept. 20, 1570
1%.1. 1. IcIN E IL,
FOR SALE BY
re' GRAND DISPLAY -al
GEO. F. MARSH
Second story ofßead's new Building
Huntingdon, Oct 30
Is now prepared to fill ordors for
And in short to do all kinds of Carpenter
To furnish HUBS, SPOKES and FELLIES,
in quantities, and receive ordors for
BEirAll orders should bo addressed to
D. W. ARTLEY, President,
June 10, 1869-tf.
D. P. OWIN
INFORMS THE PUBLIC
THAT HE HAS
SPLENDIE STOCK of NEW GOOM•
CAN'T BE BEAT
CHEAPNESS AND QUALITY.
COME AND SEE.
D. P. GWIN
Iluntingdou, Ap.lo, 1870
WILLIAM B. ZEIGLER,
Ladies' Gents and Children's Furnishing Goods, and
Brimming:l, of nil kinds. A largo stock of
PIQUAS, INDIA TWILLS,
LINENS, of all grades, GLOVES,
and Hosiery for men, women and Children. Tinbet and
Cashmere shau Is,
GROCERIES and PROVISIONS.
A general assortment of goods, al
ways at lowest cash prices, and of the
best ; quality.
Butter, Eggs, &e.,takon in exchange
Huntingdon, April 26,2570
New Cheap Store.
Crownover & Decker,
Have just opened at their new store, west
end of Hill Street, next door to the National
Hotel, near Fisher's Mill, in Huntingdon, a
large and selected stuck of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Q UEENS- IVARE
FISH and SALT,
FLOUR and CHOP,
And everything else generally kept in a
first class store.
Everything new and selling cheap, for
CASH OR PRODUCE.
Mny 24 Gm. OROWNOVER & DECKER.
This Institution tan& superior advantages of educa
tion on liberal terms. EVery department, French, Ger
man, Painting, Drawing, and Music included, lilted by
competent and largely experienced teachers. .k.xpenses
for• thoyear, $2OO, Fall Mum opens
IVednesday, August 31st, 1870
For Catologuo address
Kiellocoquillas, Mifflin Co., I'a
7::)...i4,-. 1-S.MAXINT3EI, at 1 a a ad, r 0,1
Caneer Innfilule, 931 Arch St.; Prof. Dalton, 231 NV.
4th St., Cincinnati, 0., and Dr. Orono, at Charlotte,
N. C., are making astonishing
a u ] i r e e ° r ' A n O t f i d :le i s C bt li . t a 'L L',',°.7 gal
kulfo or caustic !1., •-•-• %. - moat elite.
and with but little Sri re, el pain. EvorY
root and fibro Is 0 r" ~, killed and re
moved, if taken in wi 0 V. thuoand eau
not return ' llmsare .--,,,, i.,‘ IA othogusl'ro.
femora, With their " Ti " Cl , e• bogus troate
moats, steahug our l a Ul adv.r ti. o
month. .No others lave theso
treatments. None other should over ho used. • For
rtieulars, sand for circular, call. or address as ahoy°.
S ept. 20-3mna
pPORTANT TO SOLDIERS
All Cavalry Lino offlOore wheAvero in the servico 110.
to eon July 22,1 1861 and July 17th 1862 aro entitled to
allowanco for use and risk of horses, amounting for the
whole time to about $156; for a less time, to 0 propor
tionato amount. Discharges must accompany claims.
lleirs of those entitled' but who were killed or died in
the service, and the arrears of pay having icon collected,
sea only requit ed to give a potter of Allot my.
Parsons baring claims of this kind, orally other claims
against thotinVerlnnont Call have them promptly collected
by applying in person ur by letter to
K. ALLEN LOVELL,
July LI 1870-tL
1 ,„ rENT
to St., N.Y. or 39 W. 4th St.. Manna% 0.
If they want the most popular and best selling
subscription hooks published. and the Toast M
eru/ terms. Send for circulars. Theywill cost you
nothing, and may ho of great benefit to you.
MISS MARY E. AERTSEN
MISS MARY E STEVENS
trill Reopen their
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
]TOR YOUNG LADIES,
At 23 Tulpolteeken street,
GIIP.IIIANTOWN t PA.
.Or For circulars, apply to the Principals. Jylo.2m
A NNW BOOK of tbo greatest Interest and importanco
Written from a high mot al and physiological standpoint
by an eminent physician and medical professor, It shows
how Ratan is winking out his subtlo and dangerous de
signs through our moat sacred dotnectic and social plan
tations. linrcioninded, but outspoken and aggressive,
the author handles the delicate snajects petaled of with
out glove; bat in such a manner as not to minister ton
prurient curiosity. Tho Physical liegrocration of tho
Race, is a subject justly enlisting the ifitbgest and sym
pathy of all true philandu opine, and this book, It is ho
nored, will contribute to that end just In proportion as
It has readers. A eirculas sent free, containing a full
dent iptien and synopsis of the work With libm al ex
tracts. C. E. VENT, Publisher,
Rep 6-1 t L College Place N. Y
• COLOTI WADS'
Chettnuf Street, Wes) of Fiftextalt.
VIIILADELPRIA. • ,
This new and elegant Rotel Is now open to
the reception of guests. It le of tho most Modern
Construction, and furnished In a style mous ,
aimed by any of the Oral hotels of Europa u
J 0.1117 CRUMP, Prop'r.,
OEO. FREEMAN, Supt.
. . . .
5-20'S AND 1881'S
BOUGHT, SOLD AND EXCHANGED
MOST LIBERAL TERMS
Bought and Sold at lYlarket Rates._
Pacific Railroad Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Stocks Bought and Sold on commission only
Accounts received and Interest allowed on
daily balances, sultject to check at sight.
OS A I) ALIS
Great American Ileaith Restorer, purifies
the blood and mires Scrofula, Syphilis, Skin
Diseases. Rheumatism. Diseases of it omen and all
Chronic Alb•ctions of the Blood, Liver and Kid
neys. Reconnuended by the Medical Faculty and
thousand of our best citizens.
Dead the testimony of Physicians and patients
%Om have used itesedalls semi for our Itosadal Is
Guide to Health or Almanac for this year, which
see ',oldish for gratuitous distribution; it will
give you much valliablo information.
Dr. It. W. Corr, of finithnore says:
I talcs pleasure in recommending your Rosadab
is as a very powerful alterative. I have seen it
used iti two cases with happy results—one in case
of secondary syphilis, iu uhich the patient pro-
nounced himself cured afior having taken live
bottles of your medicine. The other is a case of
scrofula of long standing, which is rapidly im
proving under its use, and the indications are
that the patient will soon recover. I have tare•
fully examined the formula by which your It osa
dalis is made, and And it an excellent compound
of all oilcloth° ingredients.
Dr. Sparks. of Nicholas, Ole. Ky., says Ito has
used Itozadelis in cases ofscrofula and secondary
Syphilis with satisfactory results—as a cleaner of
lie, blood I know no better remedy.
Samuel 0. McFadden, klurfroShoro' TOllllBBBBO,
88) 8 :
I Lave used swam bottles of tosodolis, and am
entirely cured of ilhommitism ; send nto four bot
tles, as I wish it for m 3 brother, lib° baa actofq
fons sore el eq.
Boob tot, of Lima, Ohio, write% I have
stiller ad for LW only yams with an Inveterate erup
tion over my body ; a short time sine° I pur•
abased a bottle at ltusadolis and It effected a pot ,
fort cm o.
ItObatiailS is sold by John Bead and S. S. Smith.
Huntingdon, Pa., and Druggists generally.
Lobratory, 6111xchange Place, Baltimoro.
CLEMENTS & CO,
Feb. 23-1 yr. 2 or 3 p
Received the only GOLD MEDAL at the
PARIS EXPOSITION, 1867.
They aro adapted to all lands of Finally Sowing, and
to the on of Seamstresses, Dressmakers, Tailors, Manu
facturers of Shirts, Collars, Skirts, Cloaks, Mantalntl,
Clothing, hats, Caps, Corsets, Linen floods, Umbrellas,
Parasols, etc. They work equally well upon silk, linen,
woolen nud cotton goods, with silk, cotton or linen
thread. They sill seam, quilt, gather, hein, fell, cord,
braid, bind, and perform sooty species of se wing, making
a beautiful nud perfect stitch, alike on both sides of tho
UK:qualities which rearm:mond them are:
1. livaUty and excellenae of stitch, alike on both tddem of
tho fabric sewed.
2. Strength, firmness nod durahility of stenn,that will
not tip nor ravel.
3 Economy of Thtetal.
4. Attachments and wide range of application to pm lcr
see and materna:,
5. Compactness and elegance of model and finish.
6. Simplicity and thotoughttess of censtructiou.
7. Spent, odor of operation and management, and quiet
nosy of 13101011.1013.
lash - adults free is oil. Machines dept in repair one
year free of charge.
BOUM EiUT CORNER FOURTD AND BOHM 800 ,
E.CHILCOTE, yormetly of Unatlugdun Co.) Paot'll
Centtally located and tho moot convenient point for
morehouto 'Jailing the city. Accotarootlitiotta tho
first-elms. All tho modern intprovoUteUte. Every at
tmtion will ho extende to .151 10115-Iy.
NIT M. LEWIS, Dealer in Books, Sin
th.r.ry Aud Itoti utu,uts, corner a tho
40 SOUTH 3D STREET,
U. B. LEWIS, Agent,
• lIUNTINGLAON, 1A
11111 ADEI tIIIA
SMUCKER, BROWN & CO.,
IN SMITHS' BUILDING
Ilnvo Jrist opened an Immonfte stock of the latest atyleti
find tmst mfinufticture of
MATTRESSES, Of all kinds,
COTTAGE & WALNUT
of all styles
Purchaseis wffl find the iargeet stock, of
good furniture ever offered in Central Penn•
Sylvania, which grill be sold
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
We buy direct from nianUfttethrerh fbr
cash and will Sell for cash, and or thus tin
-0)10 to offer
than are to be had in the Cities.
CALL AND EXAMINE CUR StOCit
July 12-3 m,
West Huntingdon Foundry.
PLOWS, THRESHING MACHINES,
FARM DELLS, SLED AND SLERM SOLES,
WAGON BOXES, IRON KETTLES,
For Furftaces, Forges, Orist nod Saw MOB, Tani:miles
and Brickyards, •
AND JOB WORK IN GENERAL.
ARCHITECTURAL th ORNAMENTAL DEPARTMENT.
Iron Porticos and Verandahs,
Balconies,unus and Drop Ornament for wooden
porticos an verandahs, ,
Window Lintels and Sills, ,
Cast Ornamonts for wooden !Whale,
Cellar Window Guards all shoe,
Chimnoy Topa and Flues,
Sash Weights, Carpet Strips,
Registers, Heaters, Coal Orates, •
Vault Castings for con) and wood collars,
Arbors, Tree-boxes, Lampposts, Hitching-posts,
Iron Railing for porticos, verandahs, ha'tonics, timid.
Yard and Cemetery Ponces, etc.
ParMainr attention paid to fencing Cemetery Logs.
Address JAMES SIMPSON,
se2Z,6B Huntingdon. Pa.
EASTON BLAKE. M. MARION bFcNEIL.
BLAKE & MeNEIL,',
[Successors to J. AL CUNNINGHAM & BON,'
Iron and Brass Founders,
IRON and BRASS CASTINGS mado to it . fltst Class
Foundry. We hare always on Land all
1,, „. kinds of Plow and StoVe Castings, Wash
ftrigpV, Kettles, Cellar-windows, Orates, Coal hole
Castings fur pavements, Window weights \
ni all sizes and weights, Pipe joints, Sled
and bl u igh Ou t r u n Wagon boxes, Machine Castings, fus
gram owl water, gile cow. stunac an f plaster mule et
HEATERS AND IRON VENORS,
of the most improved style, oven doors and frames, doer
sills, and In feht every thing made In this line.
We have a larger stock of pat terrr, and can furnish cas
tings ut short notice, and cheaPerthan they dal bo" hind
in the country. tinning is good drill, we are prepared - to
do drilling and fitting up of all kind&
Office in Liesters' Now Building, hill street, Minting.
Folk. 17, 1862
NEW STOVE AND TIN STORE.
BUCHANAN; ALLISON & CO
Have oponed a new atom in Yenfor's bon building, to
the Diamond, Huntingdon, Pa., and have ready for Bodo
a largo assortment of
Cook and Parlor Stoves,
SPEER'S REVOLVING LIGHT,
SPEER'S ANTI-DUST COOK STOVES,
SHIM'S REGULATOR and EUREKA COOK STOV.OB
and LITTLEFIELD'S HEATERS
',loop& largo araortmont of
and a'great variety of Goode, nover before kept In tide
pluco. We alao manufacture
TIN WARE TO ORDER.
Repairing, Roofing and Spouting done at short. nutlet,
Ake- Country Lorca supplied with Tin Wain at city
Confident of being able to make it adatutageous to
their maw:flora thoy respectfully solicit a share of public
ROOM IN YENTER'S NEW BUILDING
IN TUB DIAMOND, lIIINTINODON, PA
Jan. I, 1870
JOHN C. MILLER,
(Successor to C. 11. MILLER & SON)
All Kinds of LEATHER,
II UN TIN GDON, PA
PLENTY OF MEAL
MEN AND BOYS' CLOTHING
FALL AND WINTER,
CHEAP 'CLOTHING_ SPORE.
For Goo tlomen'e Clothing of Eke beatmatorkil, and made
lu tho beat workmanlike manner, call of
oppoallo me Franklin novae 1n Market Square, nnnting•
DISSOLUTION of PARTNERSHIP
Notice is hereby ;Peort that the partnership hero.
Wore existing under the name of D. PROTZISAM BART,
heddto Mid list case makers, Is dissolved this Gth day of
Feptembrr, 1870. The business will hereafter be conduc
ted by the underslgne.i. who will attend to the settling
or the books of the old firm. All indebted will please
call and settle, and Utast having 1 ille agalust the firm
v. ill please present them,
-31cCeisaellntows, Sept ti. 1.4 7 u Ao2P
BLAKE A MoNEIL.